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families (children aged 12 & over), couples and honeymooners.
Having been originally built in the 1950’s, Nsefu Camp offers a glimpse into the past while also offering modern upgrades and extensions to ensure subtle luxury and comfort that can be expected from Robin Pope Safaris and their world class safari experiences.
Each room has a clear view of the river which can be a real treat for those wanting to experience water crossing sightings as well as the vast bird population in the area. Current records show over 450 species of bird annually within South Luangwa National Park.
With only six rondavels, each guest can experience true exclusivity and privacy in the area and the view points from all sides of the camp are breath taking. Personalised safaris are truly possible when the entire camp staff are looking after a maximum of just 12 guests.
The Nsefu sector was first pronounced a game reserve in 1966 some five years before the South Luangwa was even declared a National Park. As such, Nsefu has always been recognised as an outstanding game-viewing area. The prestigious Robin Pope Safaris took over Nsefu in 1998, spent a year upgrading it and opened it the following July. Since then they proudly boast a high rate of returning guests, showing there is something magical about the camp, leaving you wanting more.
This is the first camp to be established on the border of the national park and the Malama Chiefdom. The location is really spectacular and the sense of space and scale of the surrounding private area around the camp just adds to the intimacy and privacy felt when in camp.